The Work Ahead in Life Sciences: Cures at the Speed of Digital
The pandemic has accelerated digital adoption in an industry that has traditionally been slowed down by regulatory challenges: life sciences. In the summer of 2020, Oxford Economics, in partnership with Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work, surveyed 4,000 business leaders in major life science corporations globally. The report outlines several steps life science organizations can take to improve and capitalize on digital adoption.
What you will learn:
- Become more collaborative.
- Promote the “wellness” aspect of your business.
- Prioritize innovation.
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